Downtown Burlington's Church Street Marketplace 15 mi. award-winning open air mall is a hub of activity where you'll find historical architecture, year-round festivals, street entertainers, music, over 100 places to shop and dine.

The Church Street Marketplace is an uncovered outdoor pedestrian shopping and dining mall in Burlington, Vermont, consisting of the four blocks of Church Street between Main and Pearl Streets. The mall was initially conceived in 1958 and was built in 1980-81 to a design by Carr & Lynch of New York City. It encompasses about 86 storefronts.

Major retailers include a dozen national chain stores as well as local retailers of clothing, home-wares, books, and other goods. It is the site of festivals throughout the year. Events such as the South End Art Hop and public galleries such as The Firehouse Gallery and Pine Street Art Works provide a forum for the visual arts. The American Planning Association named the Church Street Marketplace one of America's "Great Public Spaces" for 2008.[1] The marketplace is also home to dozens of restaurants, bars, and coffeeshops.

Tafts Corner, Williston: Where Vermonters put their big box stores, Home Depot, Walmart, BestBuy, Staples, Dicks. Chain restaurants.

Middlebury: A few cute stores downtown